Chapter 10 by Liket discusses how policy-makers, given evaluation and knowledge of what works, combine accountability for decisions with ensuring cost-effectiveness. Liket also points to some main challenges to evaluations, including poor distinctions between performance, monitoring and evaluation, low-quality evaluation questions, and finally problems in data collection.

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Liket, K. (2017). Challenges for policy-makers: Accountability and cost-effectiveness. In Handbook of Social Policy Evaluation (pp. 183–202). doi:10.4337/9781785363245